The Lawyers Weekly 30 Under 30 is an exciting awards program that identifies the exceptional talents of young lawyers across Australia.
Now in its sixth year, the 30 Under 30 recognises young lawyers striving for professional excellence within their specific practice areas.
For many young lawyers, achieving 30 Under 30 status is a catalyst for career progression, giving industry-wide recognition for professional competency while highlighting a passion for law and dedication to personal advancement.
Across 15 major categories, young lawyers are invited to participate through lodging a submission that showcases their professional performance, leadership capabilities and ability to influence the client experience plus personal achievements.
5 February 2018 – Submissions open. Click here to lodge your submission.
9 March 2018 – Submissions close 5:30pm.
March/April 2018 – Finalists announced and judging commences.
18 May 2018 – Date of event.
Join the industry's finest for a sensational evening, recognising the top 30 lawyers under 30 Australia wide.
For more information on ticket sales, please contact Craig Lynch on 02 9922 3300. This event will sell out!
Location and event timing
The Lawyers Weekly 30 Under 30 will be unveiled at a cocktail event on Friday, 18 May at The Hyatt Regency Sydney, 161 Sussex Street, Sydney. Evening commences at 6:30pm.
The Lawyers Weekly 30 Under 30 is a business/cocktail attire event.
About Lawyers Weekly
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